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Feb 26, 2013 4:00am EST
california. >>> and it's a moment backstage at the oscars that still has us talking. jennifer lawrence and her a-list admirer, caught only by our cameras. >>> good tuesday morning, everyone. let's get right to that breaking news out of egypt. at least 19 foreign tourists killed in a tragic hot air balloon crash. >> it happened just hours ago, in the ancient city of luxor. officials say there was an explosion and a fire, 1,000 feet in the air, just before that balloon plunged from the sky and slammed into a sugar cane field. vacationers from europe, japan and hong kong are among the victims. no word if any americans were onboard. the balloon pilot and two passengers reportedly survived the crash. we'll have much more on the story at >>> another major story we're watching all night, is the blizzard roaring through the middle of the country into the midwest. >> the storm fanned several fires across texas last night, as a major rainmaker moves across the east coast. the white you see in the nation's midsection is what's left of the big blizzard. tahman bradley details its numb
Feb 26, 2013 4:00am PST
and two members of congress. >>> and after more than a century, the u.s. census bureau has decided to drop the word negro on its forms and surveys. starting next year, negro will no longer appear as an option for race, alongside black or african-american. the agency says many americans view the word as offensive and outdated. duh. >>> c. everett koop, the nation's most famous and influential surgeon general, has died at 96. president reagan appointed koop back in 1981. he was instrumental on changing america's views on smoking, trying to get the entire country to kick the habit. he also endorsed condoms and sex education to help stop the spread of aids. he was a frequent visitor to dartmouth until shortly before his death. they say his mind was as sharp as ever, even at the age of 96. >>> pope benedict is leaving it up to the cardinals of the catholic church when it comes to starting the meeting that will choose his successor. benedict changed the rules, allowing the cardinals to move up the conclave start date if all of them arrive at the vatican before the usual 15-day waiting period end
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